Saturday, June 9, 2012

Cost of Augmented Reality Glasses

According to the New York Times, Google's glasses would be priced in the region of between $250 and $500 (£160-£320) and go on sale to the public by the end of this year.
We will have to wait and see until Google's team finish completing the project and hopefully be ready by that deadline. In the meantime watch out for Google's employees wearing the prototyped glasses around you!
Picture of a model wearing 'Project Glass', Google's augmented reality glasses

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Google Glasses on show

Google's glasses 'Project Glass' were tested on The Gavin Newsom show in May.
Sergey Brin talked about the way of using the augmented reality glasses prototyped by Google on the Show and invited Gavin Newsom to try them on.
Here is the video:

Monday, May 28, 2012

Google X's secret gadgets

How and where is Google's 'Project Glass' being developped? You can find out by looking at posts shared on Google Plus by the company's team leaders: Babak Parviz, Steve Lee and Sebastian Thrun. The whole project is still ongoing and operating in secrecy in a laboratory known as 'Google X' located in the Bay Area of Northern California.
Here is  a video filmed using those glasses while jumping on a trampoline:

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Are 'Google's goggles' the next gadget to have after mobile phones?

Do you think that The innovative Google's 'Project Glass', also called 'Google goggles', will become one of the most sought after gadget after mobile phones?

When you put those glasses on, some of the features you would be able to select are the time, temperature, get directions to get somewhere, talk to a friend or surf the internet all by voice contol.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Augmented Reality Glasses On The Way

It looks like we are now a step closer to acquiring augmented reality glasses thanks to Google's new project glasses.

Google Co-founder wearing those prototype glasses

The glasses still under development work by displaying data in front of the person's eyes and playing audio.
Those prototype glasses are now patented under the name of "Project Glass" as Google's unique design and functions.
Here is a video showing Google's Augmented Reality Glasses: